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Carl Hammoud is the Roy Andersson of painting. His imagery presents us with pedantically arranged environments that has been left in a mystious disarray. Here, library shelves and office papers...
The work is made with collagraphy technique, where adhesives and putty is applied to a sheet of cardboard, to create texture and nuances in the resulting print.
Part of an exhibition project documenting floors of museums around the world, exhibited at the Moderna museet in Stockholm. This is the floor of the Metropolitan museum in New York.